McClaren’s assistant, John Eustace, has been placed in temporary charge of the side, but the club are looking to appoint a permanent successor soon as that they have time to prepare for the summer, with chairman Tony Fernandes wanting to trim their wage bill, already one of the lowest in the division, even further.
Names are already being touted as candidates to succeed Steve McClaren as manager of Queens Park Rangers.
The former England boss was sacked as manager of the Championship side on Monday, after less than a year in charge of Loftus Road, after presiding over a run of just one win in fifteen league games, the final straw being the 2 – 1 home loss to Bolton on Saturday.
Tim Sherwood, former Spurs and Aston Villa boss, is one of the names linked with the job, with Mark Warburton, Michael Appleton, and Gary Rowett also said to be in the frame.
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